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Published on Oct 18, 2011
Last week, we came to a consensus on a document called the "Declaration of the Occupation of New York City." Our process is direct democracy. We are all part of this movement. We amplify each other's voices so we can hear one another. There is no hierarchy.
I don't think this is possible without the process. The only way that you keep people involved in a movement like this, is you have a process in which everyone's voice can be heard. A consensus process.
In our movement, it's really important to have our means reflect the ends we're trying to create. We want to have more representation in our government and in our economy. So, in trying to create that, every decision has been made through our process of general assemblies and through our process of working groups.